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The NFL has found that it is probable that New England Patriots employees deliberately deflated balls during the AFC Championship Game in January.
Tom Brady's father defended his son on Wednesday in the wake of the release of the Deflategate report concluding that Patriots workers probably deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship.
The Bills' new franchise running back discusses his trade to Buffalo, his impressions of coach Rex Ryan and whether there is a race issue with his former coach, the Eagles' Chip Kelly.
Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan said that he's going to let his players say what's on their minds. "I'm not going to put a muzzle on any of our players," Ryan said.
A day after he was waived by the New England Patriots, cornerback Alfonzo Dennard was claimed Wednesday by the Arizona Cardinals, according to a source.
Browns cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu said Wednesday he also suffered a dislocated left knee in addition to a torn ACL last season, causing his draft stock to fall.
Mike Wallace has proclaimed himself the NFL's fastest player and he'd be willing to race any challengers to prove it.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has moved out of his downtown Cleveland apartment and into a golf course community in a suburb west of town, according to a source.
LeSean McCoy has made harsh comments about Chip Kelly, but there's not much the Eagles' coach can do to challenge the perception that his principles might be skewed.
The Steelers, who landed impact pass-rusher Bud Dupree at No. 22, trumped their division rivals in the 2015 draft.
The pro-style experience of Michigan State's Connor Cook and Penn State's Christian Hackenberg and the mighty arm of Ohio State's Cardale Jones make them among front-runners for next year's draft.
ESPN Insider puts a bow on its 2015 draft coverage, with a team-by-team look at scouting analysis on every player and grades and favorite picks from Mel Kiper and Todd McShay.
Philip Rivers says he never wanted the San Diego Chargers to trade him, but his actions tell a different story, writes Jim Trotter.
The Bucs and Titans have to be happy about the quarterbacks they drafted. What about the rest of the league? NFL Nation reporters assess each team's class.